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On Saturday, Graffiato debuts its new brunch menu. Featured dishes include meatballs served with creamy polenta and egg ($10), spaghetti carbonara with pancetta, parmesan and egg ($12), a breakfast pizza with bacon, potato, broccolini and cheddar ($17) and, perhaps most tantalizing, an apple calzone with whipped mascarpone ($12). Of course you can get the standard Bloody Mary ($10). Better yet, try the “Bloody Sparkling.” It’s basically just a glorified mimosa made with blood orange puree and house prosecco. But the name sounds cool.

Also tomorrow afternoon, the Serious Eats crew converges at Boundary Stone. There will be FREE food (while it lasts). And later, chef Michael Bonk is hosting a four-course suckling pig dinner at Sonoma for $35 per person.

On Sunday, operators of a new food truck, Rito Loco, will be dishing up FREE burritos, a preview of the roving eats mobile’s full menu, during brunch at District Underground. And later, Station 4 hosts an Oscar party with appropriately themed “Red Carpet Mimosas,” made with Lambrusco sparkling wine, Ciroc Red Berry, tonic and an orange slice, for $7 a glass.

For more info or other options, click on any link in the Y&H food events calendar above.

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